SMILE!! cards began appearing all around the world. They are markers of a newfangled game of tag, where "you're it" because someone has done something nice for you. Then it's your turn to do something nice for someone else and, in the process, pass the card along. This is a game of pay-it-forward: anonymously make someone smile, leave behind a card asking them to keep the ripple going. It's easy and fun. Is kindness truly contagious? There's only one way to find out ...
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SMILE TAGS FROM AROUND
Gina from Newton, MA
I bought a latte for a young lady at Starbucks when I got home. I love this idea. Thank you for reminding me to spread kindness. Sometimes life just gets busy and we tend to get tunnel vision. Your Gallery was awesome by the way. That will be my #1 spot when I come to Cornish again. You and your daughter are so sweet. Bye for now. See you next year
Carol from New England
I was in line at Dunkin Donuts. My girlfriend in her car in front of me bought a coffee. So, I paid it forward and purchased the order for the car behind me. Thanks Full Circle for this SMILE CARD. More people should do this. Thanks again for your helping picking out the perfect wedding gift. We will be back. - Carol
Karen from West Baldwin, Maine
My husband and I were driving down 113 and saw this older woman with her car stuck in the snow bank that happens when the plowers do the main road. We turned around and pushed her car out. What was even better is a guy with a plow on his car plowed the end of her driveway and then did a quick plow up her drive. Nice neighbors.
Anna F. - California
I visited this cute little gallery in Cornish. I couldn't believe the abundance of talented people in this shop. What eye candy. As I was paying for my beautiful new handcrafted salad tongs - I noticed they had SMILE cards. The idea is you do something random and nice for someone and hope they pay it forward too. So I took my card and decided to participate. When I got to the airport I helped this woman who was hands full of bags and 2 small children running ahead. She was so greatful. She happened to be on my flight as well. It was nice to see the relief on her face when I helped her put all her bags in checkin. PAY IT FORWARD PEOPLE. Random acts of kindness really to brightens ones day.
Adam from Newton, Massachusetts
I was driving home from a very long week at work and it was pouring rain outside. I saw this woman on the side of the road with a flat tire. I pulled over and gave changed her tire for her. She was very grateful. Glad I could help.